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Juvenile (and imm.?) American Crows do a double call that is not as  
nasal as the Fish Crow.  That is something to bear in mind later in  
the year when the kids are around.  Maybe this one is still trying to  
get a free meal by talking baby talk.

Edge Wade
Columbia, MO
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On Mar 24, 2009, at 1:09 PM, Kathleen Anderson wrote:

> I heard an American Crow in my front yard this morning.  Then I  
> heard the double call and thought Fish Crow, coming from my  
> neighbors yard.  Except that the call I thought was Fish Crow  
> wasn't nasal sounding.  So I am thinking that an American Crow was  
> imitating a Fish Crow.
>
> Has anyone else experienced an American Crow imitating a Fish  
> Crow?  I am not close to a river, only very small Bear Creek.
>
> Kathleen Anderson, Columbia
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